Green Blue Offshore Terminal; a joint venture of Sagro and Prior Group opens a new terminal in the port of Vlissingen. The aim is to offer services to organizations active in the realization of offshore wind farms and to assist in construction, modification, repair and maintenance activities. Not only to act as a place for the storage of equipment, materials and offshore modules.
To choose for the port of Vlissingen was not a strange choice for both companies as both Sagro and Prior Group have a strong and long-term presence in the area. Due to an increase of activities in both companies extra work space was found at the Estlandweg in Vlissingen- Oost. Also the increasing interest from national and international Marine & Offshore companies choosing for the Port of Vlissingen made it an important factor for the joint venture to establish the terminal in Vlissingen. The Terminal offers 22.000 m2 of workspace and a manufacturing hall of 125 x35 x15m.
Within Green Blue Offshore Terminal several owned companies and partners of Sagro and Prior Group will be united to for fill the customer’s needs. Sagro Group consist of companies active in demobilization, environmental and decommissioning projects of offshore oil and gas installations. Prior Group with its core businesses in Consultancy, Human Capital with multiple agencies, and technical solutions with owned companies in electrical and mechanical engineering.
Bram van Stel, Prior Group and Raoul de Jonge, Sagro Group: “Initiatives often die in silence because of insufficient regional capacity in the form of temporary workers or work space. This usually concerns: technical, co-supporting solutions related to technical demands. For this reason, a number of regionally operating companies are working together offering a solution as in a total package.”
Green Blue offshore Terminal is established close to the North sea and easy accessible via inland waterways and roadways from and to Antwerp and Rotterdam what makes it able to reach the terminal via both vessel or truck.